There’s two discussions they dont have to be long just answer the question in th


There’s two discussions they dont have to be long just answer the question in the prompt. You can put both of the responses on the same doc just label themTry not to use outside sorucesLink to the textbook- http://classics.mit.edu/Aristotle/nicomachaen.htmlYou can look up the show on Netflix or YouTube**First one-1-Watch Episodes 8-13 of The Good Place2-Read Mill Ch. 9 Utilitarianism3-Respond to the following questions: (don’t forget to use APA style citations for parenthetical and end citations)How does Mill define “utilitarianism?” (see pg. 229) What are the “kinds” of pleasure that Mill distinguishes? On pg. 232, Mill’s writes, “It is better to be a human dissatisfied, than a pig satisfied;…” What does Mill mean?Here’s an article on authenticity- https://www.prospectmagazine.co.uk/philosophy/the-philosophical-problem-with-our-pursuit-of-authenticity (Links to an external site.)What does it mean to be authentic according to the author? What is the problem with “authenticity” according to the author?Take one of the main characters and describe their dilemma or goals in terms of authenticity, and how their dilemma puts them in conflict in terms of one or more of the philosophers accounts we’ve read (Aristotle/Hobbes/Kant/Mill).Here’s another video by Todd May on Utilitarianism-I like this one because you get to hear a philosophy professor say there may be “two contradictory right answers!” https://youtu.be/YuVreCbQOwc (Links to an external site.)Second discussion–Discussion Six1-Watch Season Two of The Good Place2-Read Ch. 16 Phillip Hallie From Cruelty to Goodness p. 332-349 yes, I know it’s a little bit of a long read-and it’s a hard read because it discusses real events from the Holocaust-but if you can manage to keep reading-it will be worth it-you could say that there is a “rainbow” at the end!3-Watch Todd May’s video below on Psychological Egoismhttps://youtu.be/wtpIsRk8tzg (Links to an external site.)How do you relate Hallie’s essay to The Good Place and its characters? Do you agree with the author’s theory that the opposite of cruelty is “not kindness?” What does he tell us is the opposite of cruelty? What do you think?